A Spanish contribution to the burgeoning genre of Iraq-themed anti-war movies, "Invader" is a highly charged, good-looking but deeply flawed thriller about governmental spin.
Miguel Courtois Paternina's third political thriller after "Wolf" and "GAL," "Operation E" reps his best.
This stylishly wrought item shuttles between fantasy and realism a la "Donnie Darko" in its exploration of its protag's problematic emotional life, although too much of the lead character's delicate…
Like the forensic lab in which it's set, Oriol Paulo's debut, "The Body," is darkly fascinating, full of secrets and highly polished, if also a little too clinical for comfort.
Struggling to sidestep the melodrama implicit in its true-story inspiration, "All Apologies" ends up being merely flat.
The word "alienated" might have been invented for the haunted protag of "Dog Flesh," a brooding, intimate study of one man's clumsy attempts to find a place for himself in the world.
Built on the hackneyed premise that people in adversity are the true superheroes, "The Incredibles" is itself anything but hackneyed.
Helmer-scribe Francois Ozon's high-school thriller "In the House" won the Golden Shell for film on Saturday as the 60th San Sebastian's Film Festival came to a close.
A young German woman learns the past is not as black-and-white as she thought.
An exquisitely crafted miniature about the creative rebirth of an aging sculptor, Fernando Trueba's "The Artist and the Model" brings the same craft and care to its subject as its titular artist does…
A dying Spanish hitman makes his final journey through the interiors of Argentina and himself in the quietly surreal, intermittently intriguing road movie "Death and Being Happy."
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